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We will encourage you and make you feel like you want to make the journey to become a “Being Well” school whilst building confidence in the school’s people.
We will help and encourage you to develop the “Being Well” approach. We will nurture our belief with all stakeholders.
We will support you throughout your journey through webinars, calls and meetings.
We will ensure all your stakeholders understand the “Being Well” approach and provide ideas to help you apply the methods.
The approach is inclusive and promotes equality- everyone is included in its development.
“Being Well” Is a holistic approach encompassing everyone's well being and based on human rights and principles.
What is 'Being Well'?
A holistic “Being Well” approach works with all staff, pupils, parents and partners from education sectors and the broader community supporting children to develop “healthy” habits that will last a lifetime. A school can do this by adopting a whole school approach to Being Well.
‘Wellness is a state of health in both body, mind and social well being, not just the absence of disease or infirmity’ WHO. We need our children to be well in all areas.
Rachael's Rights Consultancy and The InspireU "Being Well" programmes.
Rachael graduated from Trinity College, Carmarthen in 1988 and has taught in nine primary schools across England and Wales. Each school has been different with its own unique ethos, team and community.
Rachael became a leader of teaching staff after just 4 years at Colcot Primary School, Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan. She was appointed as assistant head of Townhill Primary School, Swansea in 2001, Head of Craigcefnparc Primary School in 2003 and in 2006 Head teacher of Hafod Primary School.
Hafod is a Primary School in the heart of Swansea. 54% of the pupils have English as an additional language. There are currently 17 different languages spoken at the school…